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's incentive. >> go to-- we got free lunch and that's po pork. >> brenda: and okay. steve, go ahead, weigh in on this? >> it's far worse than anything you guys are talking about here. it's not the political press. with a few notable exceptions, nobody in washington cares about the taxpayers. that's the problem here. listen,voters want to get rid of all this. they say it over and over again and if it takes a few senators want to do this, they insist on doing it, they insist on these things being included, all it takes is somebody to say no. >> oh. >> brenda: gary b, gary b is dying to get in here. go ahead. >> well, i don't agree, i don't agree with steve because he says the voters want to get rid of it and it's kind of like the not in my back yard. only the flip side. they want to get rid of it unless my gosh, you're going to take away that bridge or that pork you're going to build in my neighborhood. forget it. and that's-- you're wrong with that. >> you are wrong about that. tom coburn got elected saying i'm not doing anything for oklahoma. >> that was oklahoma. >> why do we have a balan
. the secretary pushing iraq leaders to end sectarian violence. steve is joining us live from washington with more on this story. >> reporter: the central issue here is whether iraq's president the prime minister, that is, a she'ite muslim is helping to support the assad regime in syria. now, secretary kerry met with iraqi president nouri al-maliki during a visit in baghdad today. those iranian flights were at the top of the agenda. they had what kerry described as a spirited discussion. here is the secretary. >> anything that supports president assad is problematic and you i made it very clear to the prime minister that the overflights from iran are in fact helping to sustain president assad and his regime. >> reporter: the u.s. believes the iranian aircraft flying over iraq are carrying weapons to arm the syrian government but tehran says they are delivering only humanitarian aid there. they wanted to force the planes for inspections but only a few have been checked. >> i think the intent here by going public is to increase the pressure on al-maliki but the whole incident how minimal influence i
restaurants are the fastest growing segment of the dining industry. dan krauss and steve concila are determined to give it a go. dan trained as a butcher. and steve, a former finance guy started dreaming about getting a truck back in 2011. in this hyper-trendy business, you've got to have an angle. for that food truck the hook is a seasonal menu from locally grown ingredients. >> spicy carrot chips. >> reporter: that doesn't just mean veggies. a farm an hour away provides meat and eggs. after all this is the midwest. >> reporter: before hitting the streets one last step. clearance from the board of health. if you think food trucks are not as heavily inspected as traditional restaurants are, you would be wrong. everything inside. >> just remember not to put any chemicals or anything above the prep area. >> reporter: and outside is closely checked. when we next catch up with that food truck three months later in october they're still learning. >> it is 100 times harder than i ever thought it would be to open up my own business. >> reporter: six months after selling their first dinn
writer for the "washington post." ea steve kornacki, my colleague and co-host of "the cycle." at the top of the gop coroner's report, sorry, autopsy, it says, we must recruit more candidates who come from minority communities, but it's not just tone that counts, policy always matters. how well do you think they dress policy toward minorities in this publication? >> very little to not at all. if you look at the latino vote, there seems to be an acknowledgement immigration is a problem for the republican party. >> you would have thought so after 74% of latinos voted for this president and 94% of african-americans voted for the president. and 91% -- sorry, 71% of asian-americans voted. >> immigration covers, you know, basic -- does not cover nearly all of your problems. >> indeed. >> right there. but what i'm really struck by is i can think back decades to moments like this in the republican party when there have been frank and blunt acknowledgement from party leaders that, hey, we have a problem appealing to nonwhite voters. i heard newt gingrich say this at the end of the reagan presiden
in cyprus. a place where a lot of powerful russians have an awful lot of money. steve sedgwick is live in moscow reporting on possible russian solutions for us. good evening, steve. >> reporter: yeah, a very good evening to you. well, look, i've just been to a meeting this morning between the european commission president, barroso, and the prime minister of russia, mr. medvedev. and despite the very fine words on the surface, it is very clear the russians are very upset with the europeans. as you mentioned, sue, a huge amount of interest the russians have down in cyprus as well. and they're really upset they weren't included in the negotiations for some form of bailout package initially. they've said the europeans have behaved like a bully in a china shop. they've also said they've done everything wrong. and this is the best one i thought. they're accusing them of absolutely misappropriating assets akin to something that happened in the soviet era. this is the russians telling the europeans they're doing something completely wrong on property rights. quite extraordinary. the russians h
. the cpac poll, which they kick at the feet of the meetin -- take at the end of the meeting, president steve forbes won, president jack kemp won three times -- >> ron paul. >> president george allen, who went on to lose two senate races in virginia. >> if the republicans want to become the permanent minority, they will listen to cpac. [laughter] i rise in defense of this libel the group is mostly young people, very enthusiastic, which is why rand probably has a bill, and i suspect it is more libertarian than the old fuddy-duddies. but the question of isolationism, what rand paul is advocating is different from what mccain and others and even rubio would advocate. but it has appeal and will be interesting to see if the foreign issues paul can carry the day. lois, three of us, mark, action,w ron paul in and who were his biggest fans? young people. >> no question. years, thest 12 republican edge on foreign muscular,this let's go around the world, it has receded, and it is a political liability a lot more than it was 12 years ago. after iraq and afghanistan, there is far less appetite for interv
anywhere. salon -- msnbc cycle co-host, steve kornacki will be taking over for me. he will be hosting the show at this desk, the same format, time slot and spirit. he's a fantastic analyst and curious and deeply kind and good-natured you ared. i think he's an absolute perfect fit. during the republican primary season when i was asked to host live coverage on the saturday night of the main caucus, i would characterize my knowledge of republican party politics as fairly limited but somehow we had the good fortune of knowing steve who knew every single politician in the state, what races they won and lost and how the political disputes were laying out. if you crave deep knowledge, you're going to love steve. also, another bit of good news for uppers, the executive producer of this show, jonathan larson who has been my partner in developing the show is going to stay with up with steve so the high standards he's brought to the production of the show will remain. you should know i'll be watching up with steve kornacki on saturday april 13th, you should too. if you enjoy the show and format
. host: all right our last phone call. up next we will talk to congressman steve pearce about his outreach to minorities, women and young voters and then we will turn our attention to capitol hill with earl. we'll be right back. >> 34 years ago fay we began providing access to the kong and federal government. the c-span networks created by america's cable companies in 1979 and brought to you as a public service by your cable providers. >> and we can take pictures with m.r.i. or upset scans or c.t. scans and see the whole thing but there's an enormous gap about how the circuits function in the brain as to how i am able to move my hand or to lay down a memory. we don't know how that works. with technology yet to be invented, so a lot of this is going to be technology invented or nano technology. but we need to be able to record hundreds of thousands of brain cells at the same time and be able to understand how it works. that's brain mas analysis that's at work. we don't really have work yet for milestones and that but it's getting to be a very exciting moment to put together thooth
to get here. i'm not going to be an idiot to ride my bicycle to work and tucks in my pants. neil: steve, it is always good to have you. on that issue, whether it is big oil or anything above, saying the. neil: i do want to focus on this development about all of the money company selling out. but not like you'd expect help the economy. as we mentioned, a very serious commitment. >> the s&p 500 pays out in dividends. also hitting the 118 billion. letting the multiplier taken fact for invetors. the. neil: what you make of that? >> everyone running these companies -- not all of them are rational people. as opposed to taking a risk in investing it in some other way. it might create jobs, butt could also be a risk to the company. i sat on the board of the company that did just that. we looked at all of the options and say, we have cashier. we c use this cash. >> yes, this is still capital preservation. >> yes, a few things going on. a huge cash flow -- [inaudible] so they have to return it one way or the other. next 10 years, shares of the next decade could go up to be one it can remarkably g
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of the world. steve liesman on his way soon to westchester county. robert, who knows where he's going. what it might mean for russia's rich. >> nondisclosed location. >> tyler, i'm looking at the markets and the commentary coming in to my e-mail. i think knee-jerk contagion is now becoming contagion as some investors doubt that what's going on in cyprus is really raising concerns about the positive insurance worldwide. citi group in a report that just came out, contagion risks are over rated in our view. the risk of bank runs in other euro area countries has clearly risen but the unique features of the cypriot situation should limit the read through to other cases in the euro area. in case you didn't know this, issuing a strong statement the reassure american depositors. while the situation in cyprus is a real concern for the depositors in cypriot's banks, depositors in the u.s. banks are insured. the cyprus debacle is the sort of thing that has kept the fed on age and as gresive stance on monetary policy. fed would increase by 85 billion in additional mortgages because it's already on edge
crazy demand according to steve martin so you can plead insanity. >> president obama has touched a down in tel aviv. president said it was good to get away from congress. he will visit jerusalem this afternoon visiting with president perez at his residence and participate in a tree-planting ceremony, photo op and bilateral meeting with the press. tonight he meets to netanyahu at his home. the president will stay the night in jerusalem. as for what is likely to come unin conversation, the worsening crisis in syria and the iran's nuclear program. >> steven colbert's sister is now the designee for the empty seat. former governor mark sanford has made the run off cut. he got about 37%. that second run off or the run off will be april 2. he will face former charleston council man or state senator grooms. massachusetts senator elizabeth warren is writing a new book she plans to call "rigged" all about fighting for the middle class. we're back with more show after the break. stay with us. ♪ >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ hal: welcome to day three of
. as abc's steve osunsami reports, more people are starting to put their homes on the market and for good reason. >> reporter: what a turn around. it took only ten days to sell this beautiful home in the middle of atlanta. there were four offers. it sold for $10,000 above asking. >> do you like this house? >> nathan and christine mayberry have been searching for a single family home in a good school district and say there are no homes to buy. for now in a cramped condo they just sold in four short days. >> the surprise is the shortage, really. i think the tables have turned now. >> reporter: on the internet realtors like michael neville have been screaming about this for months. >> we honestly have no inventory in the marketplace. >> reporter: a map of atlanta, look at all the homes for sale three years ago. now today. in oakland, the average home selling in 14 days. in saint louis, real estate agent, kate burmeister going door to door. begging families in good neighborhoods to sell. >> here is information about the neighborhood. do you know anybody looking to buy or sell now? >> no. >> r
relationship with. joining us now a former assistant to president vice cheney for security affairs. steve vin yates. a lot of politics in play for both of these leaders. if we take a step back for a moment and concentrate on a best case scenario for america and americans what should come out of this meeting. >> the best case scenario would be to find a common way t to deal with threats. the iranian threat affects many countries around the gulf and also the broader region. then there is the on going civil war in syria, which is many ways is an iranian proximate see war with other powers with great consequences, seemingly with no end. a way forward in those areas would be ideal. i have limiteddess expectations about this trip accomplish thing. jenna: why? >> first and foremost if you're looking at major leaders dealing with other major leaders there is always a problem of major trust and rapport in sealing a deal with compromise on both sides. president obama's relationship with the prime minister of is real isn't one of those relationships with warmth, trust and in a position to move some kind
that johnny carson performed in and the great steve allen. >> jimmy fallon, couldn't be a nicer guy. >> a nice guy. >> funny guy. >> great guy. >> a good move. >> it's a good move. >> one of the generational changes upon us. >> the. >> seriously if you think about kimmel and fallon. i think the only premier generation left is letterman. >> my generation? >> the geriatric old man. >> let's go to politico. i did have a mcdonald's story for you. >> he has done very well in the ratings. a little back and forth between him and the executives. you telling me if i compare my boss to snakes, you're saying that might hurt my career trajectory? >> it's not traditional. >> it is not a traditional matter, of course. >> okay. we will get to that later. >>> bus is the chief white house correspondent for politico, mike allen is here with the morning playbook. mike, good morning. >> good morning, mika. >> in today's behind the curtain column you say the gop now belongs to senators marco rubio and rand paul. how so? >> you might as well call it the rand/rubio party, because the energy, the excitement and the p
the keyboard. >> i'll tell you what's ironic, when i went to my college reunion. steve ballmer was using a nokia. why? microsoft -- >> exactly. he said look at this. oh, my god, i've never seen one of those. >> because nobody has one. >> if he'd pulled out a blackberry, it would be game, set, match, right? everything is riding on this blackberry thing at this point given what the stock has done. if there's anything less than a blockbuster, what happens to the stock? >> i think that -- yes. i think we're in the first 48 hours thing and we'll will have one of those things and if it's a dud, but the press reports have been pretty good about it, and i think there are people who are still wedded to the keyboard. i think it's okay. >> i think it depends on how you're valuing the stock. there are some analysts throughout in their models they assigned nothing in the device part of the business. >> that was that great -- the sum of the parts analysis and unfortunately the parts are together right now. so the only time we'll see that value is if parts are actually apart. >> a lot of breakup analys
regarding an mm it to repeal -- an amendment to repeal the affordable care act. steve is calling us from indianapolis, democrat line. good morning. , there is so much waste in healthcare today. with the affordable health care act, i think that is one thing that is targeting is waste. one of my family's biggest expenses healthcare, and that is with insurance through my employer. thatis my biggest expense we have in our budget, so i think if they can target ways are you have lobbyists that lobbying hard for insurance companies, that ought to be an indication to all of us that this health care act is something we all need. host: michael in florida, on our line for republicans. caller: thanks for taking my call. host: your thoughts about the verbal care act. caller: i think it should be repealed. i think it is a disaster. the president lied about the cost of it. the people that are going to receive it don't care or know how it is going to be funded. i just think it is a total disaster, and they're going to destroy the best healthcare system in the industry. host: is there anything specifical
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